Months of intense bombing and displacement in North West Syria in early 2020, compounded by hyperinflation, has exacerbated the humanitarian crisis. The price of a typical food basket has increased by 200% in the past six months according to the World Food Program. Millions of Syrians depend on the aid that comes through the Turkish-Syrian border. By Friday July 10th, the international community will have to decide on the fate of Syrians as they vote on the United Nations Security Council (UNSC 2504) resolution to extend cross border aid deliveries into Syria.
- UOSSM provided almost 2.5 million medical services
- UOSSM supported 14 primary health care centers and 13 mobile clinics
- UOSSM provided over 162,000 beneficiaries with nutrition services focused on
- women and children
- UOSSM provided nutrition services to over 162,000 people
- UOSSM Mental Health and Psychosocial Support Services provided care to 110,096 beneficiaries
- UOSSM Bab Al Hawa Hospital provided health care services to over 1 million patients since establishment through the end of 2019